‘Tis the season, my friends. As the clock struck midnight on Halloween and October evolved into November, we have started the transition from spooky times to holiday spirit. For many Christmas enthusiasts, Nov. 1 officially kicks off the holiday season. Some beg to differ and say that Christmas celebrations should not commence until the day […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra “Treat yo self.” This line has been the defining meme of our generation ever since “Parks and Rec” aired the episode. In this society of egocentric civilians, it’s every person for themselves—which is unsurprising when you hear that the growing trend this holiday season is called self-gifting. Yeah. You heard […]

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By Jenna Perlman, Staff Writer @jenna_perlwoman Thanksgiving is a time when stuffing your face is not only accepted, but encouraged. Family comes together, eating is continuous and food babies are definitely real. Along with the amount of food being eaten comes the annual “Post-Thanksgiving/Pre-Christmas diet.” We prepare for our second huge meal at Christmas, get swimsuit ready […]

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By Sarah Burstein, Staff Writer @sarahh_burstein Just putting it out there: there is no human being on this earth that loves Thanksgiving more than I do. Every year I wake up early, put the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV, blast the Christmas music station (much to the disdain of my Jewish parents), and adorn […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer @sanahfaroke Despite finals week quickly approaching, I cannot help but constantly think about my winter break back home. As a transfer student, this is my first time away from my family, and yes, I may slightly sound like a baby, but okay, fine―I do sound like a baby, but baby […]

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By Olivia DeFrances, Staff Writer @abstractinspire It’s time for the holidays! Which means peace, joy, good will, food, parties and oh, those awkward encounters with your relatives! Relatives like to give squishy, uncomfortable hugs and ask lots of questions.  What kind of questions do you get asked when you visit home for the holidays? Here […]

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By Olivia DeFrances, Staff Writer @abstractinspire So Thanksgiving has come and gone, and while stuffing your face seemed a good idea at the moment, you might have woken up from your food coma with just a twinge of regret. Well, here’ s the rub: you can still attend all of those holiday parties and eat […]

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By Seline Jung, Staff Writer @SelineJung Boston during the winter holiday season is as bright, cheery and traditional as it gets, but there is so much more for those of us with an eclectic taste. From horse-drawn carriage rides through historic Beacon Hill to 24-hour improv comedy shows to half- naked Santa runs, the next […]

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